Success Through More Efficient Use of Technology

From 30 May to 02 June, DEA is presenting recent projects and technology highlights at Europe’s most important technology event of the oil and gas industry, the 78th EAGE Conference and Exhibition.
“In exploration and production of oil and gas, sustained quest for technical solutions and the constant search for efficiency-enhancing concepts are daily business”, says Manfred Böckmann, Senior Vice President Exploration DEA Deutsche Erdoel AG.
These measures are a prerequisite for a continuing assurance of our high safety and environmental standards on the one hand and the economic viability of the projects on the other. In times of low oil prices, this is becoming increasingly important and the EAGE offers an ideal platform for the essential exchange of ideas and the discussion of new approaches, together with the experts of other E&P companies, the service industry and the representatives of science”, Böckmann adds.
At DEA’s booth (Stand No. 2230, Hall B), the visitors can experience live presentations of case studies from international DEA projects and are invited to discuss current industry topics with the DEA experts during the coming days.
Visit our EAGE 2016 website, where we keep you up-to-date with daily reports from Vienna.
At this year’s conference programme DEA has a total of seven lectures. You can meet our colleagues here:
DEA at the technical conference programme
Tuesday, 31 May 2016
3D Demultiple in the Presence of Steep Dips and Noise
by Dr T. Roth, M. Scholze, P. Birkhäuser, G. Hoecht
At 11:20, Room Stolz 1
Different Approaches for Prediction of Reservoir Volume in Slope Channel Complexes (Miocene, offshore Nile Delta, Egypt)
by Dr Stefan Lang, Gregor von Halem, Hassan Soliman, Ulrich Lorang
At 13:30, Room Lehar 4
Challenges of a Complex Mature Oil Reservoir Simulation
by Edna Bisso Bi Mba
At 16:45, Room Schubert 3
Wednesday, 01 June 2016
Combining Petrophysical and Seismic Data to Assess Source Rocks – A Case Study from the Upper Jurassic of the North Sea
by PhD Balazs Badics, Sean Makie, Anthony Avu
At 09:45, Room Stolz 2
The Application of Data Conditioning, Frequency Decomposition and RGB Colour Blending in the Gohta Discovery (Norway)
by Syed Fakhar Gilani
At 14:20, Room Lehar 3
2D Cross-section Restoration in the Onshore Nile Delta, Egypt
by Nico Hübner
At 15:30, Room Strauss 1
Wilson Cycles and the Opening of the North Atlantic & Norwegian – Greenland Sea
by Chris Parry
At 16:20, Room Strauss 1

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